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[Telegrams to Samuel May]


Published 1860
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These telegrams, addressed to Samuel May at Cornhill Street in Boston, read, "You must come" and "Only your presence will do." This correspondence presumably relates to a libel suit in which Still is charged by a Mrs. Wells. See also MS B.1.6 v.8, p.9, MS B.1.6 v.8, p.10 and MS B.1.6 v.8, p.12


Publisher Philadelphia
Pages 4
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Associates of the Boston Public Library / The Boston Foundation
Book contributor Boston Public Library
Collection bplscas; bostonpubliclibrary; americana

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